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[audio]Scott Murray's Inaugral Lecture - April 2009
Presenation by Scott Murray at University of Edinburgh
Keywords: palliative; palliativecare
Downloads: 36
[texts]Palliative Medicine in the UK c. 1970-2010: The transcript of a Witness Seminar held by the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group, Queen Mary, University of London, on 28 February 2012 - Overy, C
The transcript of a Witness Seminar held by the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group, Queen Mary, University of London, on 28 February 2012
Keywords: palliative medicine
Downloads: 164
[audio]Managing ALS
Overview of Palliative Medicine
Keywords: ALS; palliative medicine
Downloads: 33
[texts]Innovation in pain management : the transcript of a witness seminar held by the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, London, on 12 December 2002 - Reynolds, L. A
Includes bibliographical references and index
Keywords: Palliative Care; Pain; Pain; Medicine
Downloads: 132
[movies]Mercy or Misery: The Impact of Communication on End of Life Care - Sally Edwards, Peg Lewis, and Leslie Blatt
Panel discussion for the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics' Jerome Medalie End of Life Issues group, March 8 2011 - NOTE: Panel discussion is preceded by a video which was shown at the session.
Keywords: 'palliative'; 'hospice'; 'compassion'; 'end-of-life'
Downloads: 71
[audio]Mercy or Misery: The Impact of Communication on End of Life Care - audio only - Sally Edwards, Peg Lewis, and Leslie Blatt
Panel discussion for the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics' Jerome Medalie End of Life Issues group, March 8 2011 - NOTE: Panel discussion was preceded by a video shown at the session.
Keywords: 'palliative'; 'hospice'; 'compassion'; 'end-of-life'
Downloads: 12
[audio]Palliative Care in Levis - Molly Thomas
INTRO: It's been 2 years in the making... and in just over a month, a NEW palliative care UNIT will open up in Levis, Quebec. The residence was granted non-profit status this August... it will be modeled after Maison Michele Sarazzin, whose motto is: appreciating life until the end. The CBC's Molly Thomas got a sneak peak of the NEW facility... the General Director Jean-Francois Beaulieu took her on this tour.
Keywords: Molly Thomas; Quebec; CBC; Palliative Care; Levis
Downloads: 7
[audio]Inaugural Address for Professor Scott Murray - May 2009 at University of Edinburgh - Scott Murray
Recording of the inaugural speech by Prof Scott A Murray, St Columbaâs Hospice Chair of Primary Palliative Care. The principal of the University of Edinburgh, Sir Timothy OâShea, welcomed the gathering, and started by thanking St Columbaâs Hospice for endowing this Inaugural Chair. He summarised Professor Murrayâs achievements of having already been PI on 22 research grants, written numerous papers and had his research affecting national policies.
Keywords: palliative care; University of Edinburgh; hospice; qualitative research
Downloads: 29
[audio]Pain and Palliative Care Services in the West of Scotland - Altogether Better? - Dr J. Oates
Proceedings of an evening meeting between the chronic pain and palliative care services in the West of Scotland. 1. Education in Pain Management Dr Pete Mackenzie, Regional Adviser in Pain Management, West of Scotland School of Anaesthesia 2. Education in Palliative Care Dr Kathleen Sherry, Regional Adviser in Palliative Medicine, West of Scotland Deanery followed by short discussion.
Keywords: Pain; Palliative Medicine; Medical Education; Anaesthesia; Scotland; Glasgow
Downloads: 1,769
[audio]Paying to Die

The Economic Burden of Care Faced by Patients and Their Caregivers - Konrad Fassbender
Dr. Fassbender is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Palliative Care Medicine, an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health and a Fellow of the Institute of Public Economics at the University of Alberta. In this presentation, he discusses the economic costs placed on patients and caregivers at the end of life. This presentation was jointly sponsored by NELS ICE (www.nels.dal.ca) and the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology at Dalhousie University (http://che.me...
Keywords: nels; ice; economic; research; end of life; palliative
Downloads: 134
[audio]Spiritual aspects of pain - Rev David Mitchell
David Mitchell is a minister in the Church of Scotland, Lecturer in Palliative Care and chaplain to the Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow. In this lecture to the West of Scotland Pain Group, he explores the meaning of spiritual distress and its impact on cancer pain management.
Keywords: Spoken Word; Spiritual; Lecture; Medicine; Pain; Palliative Care
Downloads: 483
[audio]Dr Melvin from Palliative Care Services in Chattanooga - Monessa Guilfoil
Palliative Care SErvices in Chattanooga.
Keywords: Dr. Terry Melvin; Palliative Care Services; Hospice of Chattanooga
Downloads: 56
[audio]การดูแลผู้ป่วยระยะสุดท้ายและการเตรียมตัวตายอย่างสงบ - พระไพศาล วิสาโล
ธรรมเทศนาโดยพระไพศาล วิสาโล เกี่ยวกับการดูแลผู้ป่วยระยะสุดท้าย (Palliative care) และการเผชิญความตาย
Keywords: Phra Pisal Visalo; พระไพศาล วิสาโล; วัดป่าสุคะโต; Palliative care; การดูแลผู้ป่วยระยะสุดท้าย
Downloads: 26
[audio]Episode 20: Back to you - Dashing MD
After a long hiatus, the Dashing M.D. podcast returns with questions from the listeners!
Keywords: medicine; residency; surgery; medical school; end of life; hospice; palliative care
Downloads: 405
[audio]Diffusion2011-06-20 - Diffusion Science Radio
Victoria Bond speak to Dr. Jacqui McPhee about her experiences in ICU and palliative care, and end of life care. Ian Woolf and Julianne Popple chime in and discuss Terry Pratchet's endorsement of euthanasia. After an interlude from Monty Python, Mic Cavazzini speaks to Professor Jenny Graves of the Australian National University about marsupials, and what they can tell us about our own genome.
Keywords: Intensive care; end of life care; palliative care; euthanasia; marsupials; chromosome X; evolution
Downloads: 1,222
[audio]Initiating a Dialogue with Family During Advanced-illness or Dying (Conversations on Caring 002) - Canadian Pallium Project
Barry Ashpole, a communications consultant and post-secondary level palliative care educator provides practical strategies and tips aimed at community health care providers for initiating and engaging in essential dialogue during times of serious-illness, advanced-illness and dying. This digital learning resource is session number 2 in the Canadian Pallium Project's, Conversations on Caring Classics series and CPP Education Podcast reference 002.
Keywords: family; communication; engagement; dialogue; advanced illness; serious illness; chronic illness; chronic conditions; last days; last hours; family conference; palliative; end of -life; canada; pallium; canadian pallium project; palliative care; hospice
Downloads: 75
[movies]Video - Avoiding Burnout and Compassion Fatigue (Conversations on Caring 003) - Canadian Pallium Project
Dr Mary Vachon, a professor at University of Toronto (Canada) and a psychotherapist in private practice, engages in a revealing discussion about burnout, compassion fatigue, self-care, and 'soul work' for those regularly engaged in working with the seriously-ill and dying. Dr Vachon provides practical tips and strategies to assist facility- and community-based health care providers sustain themselves and others in service of the seriously-ill and dying...
Keywords: burnout; compassion fatigue; soul; soul work; self care; wounded healer; palliative; end of life; hospice; hospice palliative care; Mary Vachon; cancer; organ failure; neurological; dementia; dying; terminal illness; pallium; Canada; Canadian
Downloads: 224
[movies]Video - Family Caregiver: How to Provide Support (Conversations on Caring 001) - Canadian Pallium Project
Dr Priscilla Koop of University of Alberta's, Faculty of Nursing provides a briefing on practical strategies and tips aimed at community health care providers for responsively supporting family caregivers during times of serious-illness, advanced-illness and dying. This session also offers important insights into planning and providing respite care support for major archetypes of serious-, advance-, and complex chronic illness...
Keywords: respite; family caregiver; palliative; end of life; serious; advanced; terminal; illness; cancer; dementia; alzheimer's; community nursing; hospice
Downloads: 315
[movies]Discussing Goals of Care (Engaging Transitions) (PDV007) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about the challenged and opportunities associated with advanced planning dialogue at times of transition in the continuum from curative therapies to disease-modifying therapies to palliative therapies (or curative therapy to palliative care planning). This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are a...
Keywords: transitions; care planning; curative; disease-modifying; curative to palliative; open questions; non-defensive listening; reflective questions; difficult conversations; life limiting; terminal cancer; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 50
[movies]Facilitating Healing - Spiritual and Religious Care in Hospice Palliative Care - Canadian Pallium Project
Rev Dan Cooper, an award-winning Canadian authority in the education of spiritual care professionals and others who work with the seriously-ill and dying, explores themes of spiritual and religious care in this archival video from the Canadian Pallium Project's proof-of-concept, western Canadian Service Development Institute. This video was originally recorded on November 1, 2004 and subsequently produced by MJ Aherne of Responsive Strategies Inc as part of a Scientific Research and Experimental...
Keywords: spiritual care; religious care; serious illness; advanced illness; dying; palliative; end of life; Dan Cooper; pallium; Canada
Downloads: 69
[texts]Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 13, June 10, 2005 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 13, June 10, 2005Navy Medicine Operates in Austere Conditions ...1CNO Names 2005 Shore Sailor of the Year ...2Navy Hospital Program Comforts Seriously Ill Patients and Families ...3Disaster Teams Return Home ...3“Docs” Train for the Worst ...4CBRNE Emergency Medical Preparedness and Response Course on NKO is Up and Running ...4Medical Exercise Adds Dimension of Security, Trains MIDWEST Reservists ...5
Keywords: MEDNEWS; Haiti; New Horizon; humanitarian assistance; Sailor of the Year; Palliative Care; National Naval Medical Center; Indonesia; NEPMU-6; Iraq
Downloads: 33
[movies]Goals of Care (Patient is Incapacitated, No Advance Planning) (PDV002) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about facilitating family discussions and decisions about goals of care when a person is suddenly incapacitated and does not have express plans, priorities, or wishes in place. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sa...
Keywords: palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 75
[movies]Engaging Culture in Advanced Illness (PDV004) - Canadian Pallium Project - Update 2012
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about navigating family expectations, professional duties, and ethical responsibilities within varying cultural normative world views. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sale/no re-sale in educational resources for...
Keywords: culture; world views; diversity; open communication; open questoins; open listening; underlying interests; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 38
[movies]Orienting Ourselves for Palliative and End-of-life Care Work (PDV001) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about the need for mindfulness, consideration, and 'being centred' in busy health service cultures, especially when serving the seriously-ill, gravely-ill, and dying. This video segment is available globally for use within instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sale/re-us...
Keywords: palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium project facilitator pool reviewers
Downloads: 105
[audio]Avoiding Burnout and Compassion Fatigue (Conversations on Caring 003) - Canadian Pallium Project
Dr Mary Vachon, professor at University of Toronto and a psychotherapist in private practice, engages in a revealing discussion about burnout, compassion fatigue, self-care, and 'soul work' for those regularly engaged in working with the seriously-ill and dying. Dr Vachon provides practical tips and strategies to assist facility- and community-based health care providers sustain themselves and others in service of the seriously-ill and dying...
Keywords: burnout; compassion fatigue; soul; soul work; self care; wounded healer; palliative; palliative care; end of life; end of life care; hospice; hospice palliative care; Mary Vachon; cancer; advanced cancer; organ failure; dementia; dying; terminal illness; pallium; pallium project; canadian pallium project; canada
Downloads: 83
[movies]Engaging End-of-Life Conversations (PDV003) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about demonstrating clinical leadership in recognizing and skillfully engaging conversations about end-of-life, especially in the context of progressive, advanced illness. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sale/no...
Keywords: palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; engage; conversations; discuss bad news; discuss difficult news; planning; anticipating; progressive; heart failure; congestive heart failure; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool
Downloads: 57
[movies]Discussing Goals of Care (Hasten Death Request) (PDV008) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about exploring concerns and underlying interests (hopes, fears, needs, concerns, desires) when a patient presents with a request to hssten death. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sale/no re-sale in educational r...
Keywords: hasten death; worry; fear; burden; suffering; family; family meeting; family dynamics; family centred care; varying; understanding; ethical conflict; divergent; differing; views; life limiting; ALS; non-cancer; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 43
[movies]Recognizing and Having Difficult Conversations (PDV005) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about the challenges associated with coordinating and discussing difficult prognostic information. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sale/no re-sale in educational resources for re-sale, and no derivative works ma...
Keywords: difficult conversations; poor prognosis; terminal diagnosis; bad news; breaking bad news; discussing bad news; life limiting; terminal cancer; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 71
[movies]Discussing Goals of Care (Divergent Family Views) (PDV006) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about the challenges and opportunities associated with use of well-structured family meetings as a vehicle to facilitate goals of care discussions with family members experiencing varying views and other 'family of origin' dynamics. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., at...
Keywords: family; family meeting; family dynamics; family centred care; varying; understanding; conflict; divergent; differing; views; life limiting; terminal cancer; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 43
[audio]Brendan O'Neill: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide from a Humanist Perspective - Edinburgh Uni Life Society
On Thursday 29th March 2011, Edinburgh University Life Society were delighted to have Brendan O'Neill, editor of internet magazine “Spiked” to talk on the topic of “Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide from a Humanist Perspective” [40 minute talk, 20 minute Q&A] Mr O’Neill introduced the talk by discussing current stories in the media about the ageing population and the fashionable “right-to-die” lobby...
Keywords: Brendan O'Neill; Spiked; spiked online; pro-life; prolife; Edinburgh University Life Society; Euthanasia; Assisted suicide; humanist; Right to die; Malthusian; overpopulation; euthanasia; palliative care
Downloads: 17
[movies]Video - End-of-Life Care for Children (Conversations on Caring 007) - Canadian Pallium Project
Maria Rugg, one of Canada's most experienced pediatric palliative care Registered Nurses, discusses supporting children, families, and colleagues during advanced-illness and dying. This digital learning resource in session number seven in the Conversations on Caring Classics series and has been made possible on archive.org and YouTube by the Patrick Gillin Memorial Gift (Ottawa, Canada) in partnership with the Bruyere Foundation.
Keywords: pediatric; palliative; hospice; advanced illness; end of life; end-of-life; children; families; siblings; dying; terminal; community; home; hospice; hospital; Maria Rugg; Pallium; Canada
Downloads: 121
[audio]27 Death, Dying And Bereavement
On this edition of Caregivers Corner we talk about death, dying and bereavement. For many this subject is isolated to residential facilities, hospitals, and funeral homes, but for the family caregiver it's a very real part of life.
Keywords: holistic; caregiving; caregivers; care; aging; death; dying; breavement; fear; fear of death; death denying; older adult; adult children; death bed; hospis; hospis care; comfortive care; palliative care
Downloads: 18
[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 93, No. 2 March-April 2002 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 93, No. 2 March-April 2002 Announcement 1 The Surgeon Generalâs Navy Medicine Essay Contest Research and Development 2 Dental Triage CD for Independent Duty Corpsmen D.M. Ryan Department Rounds 3 Maintaining the Moral High Ground: Providing Healthcare to Taliban and Terrorist Detainees LT Y.N. Aboul-Enein, MSC, USN Features 6 Navy Medicine Steams Ahead on Homeland Security CDR M...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Taliban; Independent Duty Corpsmen; dentistry; Afghanistan war; detainees; NH Widow's Island; palliative care; Korean War; Nancy Crosby; hospital ship; obituaries; germ warfare; smallpox
Downloads: 88
[movies]Modern Angels Healthcare Agency Video - Modern Angels Healthcare Agency
Quality and Effective Care are a core focus in what we do. Our mission is to provide healthcare professionals, recognized for their experience, leadership and professionalism, to your organization or for private care needs. Our focus begins and ends with honesty, integrity and transparency for both job seekers and employers.We know that with our selection of high-quality healthcare professionals, we are providing the best in care...
Keywords: modern angels healthcare; registered nurse; registered practical nurse; personal support worker; palliative care; elderly care; traumatic brain injury; spinal cord injury; private home care
Downloads: 4
[movies]Video - Teambuilding with Local Physicians (Conversations on Caring 005) - Canadian Pallium Project
Dr Romayne Gallagher, a senior Canadian academic palliative physician attached to the University of British Columbia's, Palliative Care division and Director of the Residential Care and Palliative Care divisions of Providence Health Care in Vancouver, Canada discusses interdisciplinary team concepts applied to service of the seriously-ill and dying. Dr Gallagher also provides frank and practical perspectives and counsel for community-based nurses in working effectively with local primary-care ph...
Keywords: interdisciplinary; interprofessional; physician; registered nurse; collaborative; care; palliative; end of life; serious illness; advanced illness; cancer; dying; terminal; community; home; hospice; hospital; Romayne Gallagher; pallium; Canada
Downloads: 50
[movies]Dying for Care - Towards Quality End of Life Care in Canada (Myths & Misconceptions) - Canadian Pallium Project
Award winning Canadian writer-director Stephen Hall sat down with a cross-section of Canadian palliative care clinical and community leaders in September 2005 to explore the current state of care for the seriously-ill and dying, including barriers to change and myths and misconceptions. Dying for Care built on the name of an earlier Quality End-of-Life Care Coalition of Canada (QELCCC) national report card that examined barriers to change for better care of the seriously-ill and dying in Canada...
Keywords: palliative; end of life; care; myths; misconceptions; policy; health care; QELCCC; pallium; Canada; Canadian; pereira; librach; baxter; chochinov; wainwright; porterfield; paquin; bouvette; sinclair; ferris; Stephen Hall; MJ Aherne
Downloads: 112
[audio]Magnifying Hope - Shrinking Hopelessness (Conversations on Caring 004) - Canadian Pallium Project
Wendy Edey, a Registered Psychologist and Director of Counselling for the Hope Foundation of Alberta, a research university academic centre for hope studies, explores functional definitions and themes of hope generally and in situations of advanced-illness and dying. This session was first offered to inform community-based volunteers and health care providers engaged in everyday service of the seriously-ill and dying...
Keywords: hope; hopelessless; palliative; end of life; chronic; chronic illness; advanced illness; cancer; advanced cancer; serious illness; terminal illness; dementia; alzheimer's disease; alzheimer's; community nursing; Canada; pallium
Downloads: 53
[texts]Eutanasia - Giuseppe Marraco
Diverse presentazioni di Power Point con cui si vuole confrontare l'eutanasia da diverse angolature (il parere del malato; parenti; sanitari; ecc.) per una serena riflessione su un tema emotivamente molto forte. Spesso le slides hanno delle note allegate.
Keywords: malato; parenti del malato; sanitari; medici; infermieri; sofferenza; magistrati; lo stato; cristiano; cure palliative; accanimento terapeutico; idratazione; alimentazione; morte cerebrale; suicidio assistito; stato vegetativo; coma
Downloads: 63
[movies]Practical Collaborative Team Work in Advanced Illness (PDV010) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about concepts of team in advanced illness, including practical and collaborative ways of facilitating goals of care discussions in challenging contexts. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium Project, non-commercial sale/no re-sale in educat...
Keywords: team; collaborative; inter-professional; interprofessional; practical; plan; planning; advance care plan; advanced care plan; rural; remote; First Nations; Aboriginal; Canada; concern; fear; burden of suffering; suffering; family; family meeting; family dynamics; family centred care; varying; understanding; ethical conflict; divergent; differing; views; life limiting; cancer; non-cancer; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 57
[movies]Discussing and Demystifying the Last Hours (PDV009) - Canadian Pallium Project - 2012 Update
A reflective discussion video of the Canadian Pallium Project designed to support self-reflection and group dialogue about the importance of self-awareness in very near end-of-life situations, including the importance of helping family members to demystify and understand how the last hours of life will often manifest. This video segment is available globally for use with instruction provided the guidelines of the Creative Commons 3.0 license are adhered to (i.e., attribution to Canadian Pallium ...
Keywords: last hours of life; demystify; awareness; self-awareness; concern; worry; fear; burden of suffering; suffering; family; family meeting; family dynamics; family centred care; varying; understanding; ethical conflict; divergent; differing; views; life limiting; cancer; non-cancer; palliative; end of life; hospice; advanced illness; mindfulness; consideration; expectations; empathy; compassion; mitigate; issues; conflict management; personal; spiritual; growth; whole person care; life closure; pallium; canadian pallium project; clinical; palliative medicine; palliative care; romayne gallagher; jose pereira; chantal vallee; nancy brook; canada; pallium facilitator pool final review (2004-01 Intake)
Downloads: 43
[movies]Video - Magnifying Hope - Shrinking Hopelessness (Conversations on Caring 004) - Canadian Pallium Project
Wendy Edey, a Registered Psychologist and Director of Counselling for the Hope Foundation of Alberta, a research university academic centre for hope studies, explores functional definitions and themes of hope generally and in situations of advanced-illness and dying. This session was first offered to inform community-based volunteers and health care providers engaged in everyday service of the seriously-ill and dying...
Keywords: hope; hopelessness; palliative; end of life; chronic; chronic illness; advanced illness; cancer; advanced cancer; serious illness; terminal illness; dementia; alzheimer's; alzheimer disease; organ failure; community; community nursing; hospice; Canada
Downloads: 53
[movies]Video - Supporting the Bereaved Through the Holiday Season (Conversations of Caring 006) - Canadian Pallium Project
Wendy Wainwright, Manager of Psychosocial Services at Victoria Hospice Society (British Columbia, Canada) and Past-President of the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association, discusses concepts of grief and bereavement with Beth Lipsett of Alberta Health Services. This session offers important insights into planning and providing support to bereaved persons during significant/meaningful dates, with special emphasis on the annual November-December North American holiday period...
Keywords: grief; bereavement; holiday; holidays; survivor; family; community; home; hospice; advanced illness; cancer; dementia; alzheimer's; organ failure; palliative; end of life; wendy wainwright; pallium; victoria hospice society; nursing; community nursing; social; services
Downloads: 41
[movies]Rural Realities - Palliative Care on the Canadian Prairies (Pallium Project Panel, 2001) - Canadian Pallium Project
Community clinical opinion-leaders from rural practice locales in Alberta, Canada lead an interprovincial panel discussion about the opportunities and challenges of providing access and quality services to the seriously-ill and dying in smaller centre and rural (SRC) contexts on the Canadian prairie provinces. This panel was conducted at the Canadian Pallium Project stakeholder launch in April 2001 at the University of Calgary, Canada.
Keywords: rural; smaller centre; remote; palliative; end of life; serious illness; advanced illness; cancer; dying; terminal illness; Alberta; Saskatchewan; Manitoba; health care; primary care; primary health care; robert wedel; ron spice; william hnydk; chantal vallee; nancy summers; pallium; canada
Downloads: 76
[audio]Music at End-of-Life (Conversations on Caring 008) - Canadian Pallium Project
Louise Cadrin, a music therapist and former President of the Canadian Association for Music Therapy and Bev Foster, an artist, producer, and educator who is Executive Director of Room 217 Foundation, discuss the therapeutic, comforting, and healing role of music at end-of-life as a supportive care strategy. This digital learning resource is session number eight in the Conversations on Caring Classics series and have been made possible on archive.org and YouTube by the Patrick Gillin Memorial Gif...
Keywords: music; music therapy; end of life; palliative; hospice; advanced illness; dementia; alzheimer disease; supportive care; Bev Foster; Louise Cadrin; Canadian Association for Music Therapy; Room 217 Foundation; musictherapy.ca; room217.ca; Pallium; Canada
Downloads: 42
[movies]Video - Music at the End-of-Life (Conversations on Caring 008) - Canadian Pallium Project
Louise Cadrin, a music therapist and former President of the Canadian Association for Music Therapy and Bev Foster, an artist, producer, and educator who is Executive Director of Room 217 Foundation, discuss the therapeutic, comforting, and healing role of music at end-of-life as a supportive care strategy. This digital learning resource is session number eight in the Conversations on Caring Classics series and have been made possible on archive.org and YouTube by the Patrick Gillin Memorial Gif...
Keywords: music; music therapy; end of life; palliative; hospice; advanced illness; dementia; alzheimer disease; supportive care; Bev Foster; Louise Cadrin; Canadian Association for Music Therapy; Room 217 Foundation; musictherapy.ca; room217.ca; Pallium; Canada
Downloads: 99
[audio]Family Caregiver: How to Provide Support (Conversations on Caring 001) - Canadian Pallium Project
Dr Priscilla Koop of University of Alberta's, Faculty of Nursing provides a briefing on practical strategies and tips aimed at community health care providers for responsively supporting family caregivers during times of serious-illness, advanced-illness and dying. This session also offers important insights into planning and providing respite care support for major archetypes of serious-, advance-, and complex chronic illness...
Keywords: family; family caregiving; respite; community; home; home care; advanced illness; cancer; alzheimer disease; dementia; alzheimer's; palliative; end of life; canada; priscilla koop; pallium; pallium project; canadian pallium project; nursing; community nursing
Downloads: 76
[movies]Video - Initiating a Dialogue with Family During Advanced-illness or Dying (Conversations on Caring 002) - Canadian Pallium Project
Barry Ashpole, a communications consultant, palliative care educator, and Past-President of the Ontario Palliative Care Association (OPCA) [Canada], provides a briefing on practical strategies and tips to assist community health providers initiate and engage in important dialogue during times of serious-, advanced-, complex chronic-illness, and dying. This session offers important insights about engaging families when advance care planning has not taken place and reinforces many of the impacts o...
Keywords: communication; engagement; family; family caregiving; dynamics; advance care planning; decision making; home; homecare; hospice; cancer; dementia; organ failure; alzheimer's; palliative; end of life; barry ashpole; pallium; canada; community nursing
Downloads: 98
[movies]Modern Angels Healthcare Agency Intro - Modern Angels Healthcare Agency
Visit our website at: http://modernangels.ca/Quality and Effective Care are a core focus in what we do. Our mission is to provide healthcare professionals, recognized for their experience, leadership and professionalism, to your organization or for private care needs. Our focus begins and ends with honesty, integrity and transparency for both job seekers and employers.We know that with our selection of high-quality healthcare professionals, we are providing the best in care...
Keywords: modern angels; modern angels healthcare; registered nurses; registered practical nurses; personal support workers; palliative care; elderly care; spinal cord injury; traumatic brain injury care; long term care; nursing homes; retirement home; private home care
Downloads: 2
[audio]End-of-Life Care For Children (Conversations on Caring 007) - Canadian Pallium Project
Maria Rugg is one of Canada's most experienced pediatric palliative care Registered Nurses. In this session she discusses supports for children, families, and colleagues in a context of life-threatening or life-limiting illness or dying. This digital learning resource is session number five in the Conversations on Caring Classics series and has been made possible on archive.org and YouTube by the Patrick Gillin Memorial Gift (Ottawa, Canada) in partnership with the Bruyere Foundation.
Keywords: pediatric; children; palliative; hospice; end-of-life; end of life; advanced-illness; Pallium; Canada; Maria Rugg; community; home; hospital; school; dying; cancer; cystic fibrosis; childhood illness; childhood disease; life threatening; life limiting
Downloads: 35
[audio]Teambuilding with Local Physicians - Serious-illness & Dying (Conversations on Caring 005) - Canadian Pallium Project
Dr Romayne Gallagher, a senior Canadian academic palliative physician attached to the University of British Columbia's, Palliative Care division and Director of the Residential Care and Palliative Care divisions of Providence Health Care in Vancouver, Canada, discusses practical, 'real world' interdisciplinary team concepts applied to service of the serious-ill and dying. Dr Gallagher also provides frank and practical perspectives and counsel for community-based registered nurses in working effe...
Keywords: interdisciplinary; interprofessional; physician; registered nurse; collaborative; collaborative care; palliative; end of life; serious illness; advanced illness; cancer; dying; terminal; community; home; homecare; hospice; hospital; Romayne Gallagher; pallium; Canadian Pallium Project; Canada; Pallium Foundation of Canada
Downloads: 44
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